Donate your gently used bike in good condition at the Kennett Bike Fest and Giveaway on July 9th and give an adult or child the freedom to ride.
In order to meet the demand for bikes to give to those who could not otherwise afford them, donations of bicycles in good condition (or needing minor repairs) are need. “We’re really in need of adult bike donations for the event,” says Christina Norland, Executive Director of the Kennett Trails Alliance.
In addition to a bike and helmet giveaway and free tune-ups, this fun, free, family-friendly event will feature music with DJ Sonido Roocher, a self-guided trail ride, and free ice cream and water ice—while supplies last!
Log on to a virtual town hall on Thursday, July 7th, at 6:30pm to learn more about the new Kennett Library & Resource Center from Board of Trustees President, Jeff Yetter and representatives from the EDiS building team.
Save the date for Third Thursday on July 21st when, in addition to outdoor dining and extended shopping hours at KSQ's shops and restaurants, three food trucks—Taste of Puebla, Mezzaluna Wood Fired Pizza, and The Flying Deutschman—will join more new vendors.
SydeTwo performs in the free concert series this Wednesday at Anson B. Nixon Park. SydeTwo is a lively five-piece cover band that performs music from artists like Van Morrison, Steely Dan, Wilson Pickett, and Robert Cray. Members include Dave Iliff (guitar and vocals), Henry Raimato (Hammond organ and vocals), Chris Sherlock (drums), Chuck Whiteman (saxophone and vocals), and Leon Spencer (bass and vocals).
A visit to Treetops Kitty Cafe, at 305 West State Street in KSQ, is the perfect summer activity for families.
Treetops is a cage-free cat rescue that offers people an opportunity to interact with the cats for a donation cover charge. Treetops is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11am to 4pm. Reservations, which can be made on the website, are highly recommended during the summer months.
Enjoy socializing with rescue cats while supporting the mission of this caring organization. Treetops is a 501c3 non-profit, and all sales are a direct donation to Treetops Animal Rescue.
The new water-themed show, opening this Friday, July 8th, will feature artwork by Carol Siegel, Joe Milligan, Sandra Severson, Laura Brady, Lini Stevens, Melissa Carroll, Radhika Srinivas, Ann Guidera-Matey, Amy Iversen, Pete Quarracino, Madeleine Kelly, Sandy Askey Adams, Diane Cannon, Robin Sesan, Karen Weber, Barbara Neville, Debra Kurtz, and Donna Porter.